Tracy Uloma Cooper

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Shape Your Own Inspired Destiny

Tracy Uloma Cooper, Ph.D., empowers people to author their own passionate, beautiful life


Americans’ psychological health is suffering, but clinical psychotherapist Tracy Uloma Cooper, Ph.D., has created a wealth of practical, accessible resources to help turn this trend around.

- Studies show that women are more educated and more powerful than ever before, but are less happy.

- The American Psychological Association reported there was a 65% increase in people using antidepressants between 1999 and 2014.

- Recent calculations show 13% of the population is taking antidepressants and this number is on the rise.

- More than 1 in 20 children and teens have anxiety or depression.

- FBI data shows that the largest number of active shooting incidents from 2000 to 2016 were in workplaces and other commercial buildings (43%), and schools have been the second-highest risk location (22%).

Still, there is hope, and Dr. Cooper is helping to light the way forward.

A Path to Inspired Living


Since a turn of fate ensured Tracy was not at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, she has dedicated her life to making a positive impact. Tracy now offers transformative opportunities to people everywhere through her inspirational speaking engagements, classes, integrative therapy, personal empowerment coaching, and her poignant, action-oriented books.

An Experienced Guide to Your Best Self


Tracy Uloma Cooper is an expert and go-to resource for personal empowerment and happiness. With a Ph.D. in clinical psychology specializing in integrative therapy, she feels inspired to empower individuals to author their own passionate, beautiful life.

Dr. Cooper’s experience includes:

- University of California, Berkeley: Tracy counseled graduate and undergraduate students within the Psychological Services department, and provided career, personal, and crisis counseling.

- Expressive arts psychotherapy with children and adults, those with serious mental illness, and those experiencing special needs and disabilities such as cerebral palsy, blindness, autism, down syndrome, and ADHD.

- Nonprofit mental health training for schools, universities, and organizations to alleviate mental health stigmas, teach basic psychological education, and proactively assist individuals with mental health resources.

- In-home integrative psychotherapy and comprehensive care to patients with chronic medical conditions of cancer, dementia, Parkinson's disease, COPD, and diabetes comorbid with serious mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, PTSD, major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, anorexia, and agoraphobia.

- Founder and CEO of the Uloma Foundation — a nonprofit dedicated to vulnerable populations.

Inspiring Hope


“Inspired to Greatness: A Feminine Approach to Healing the World” – Is it possible for a woman to be empowered and be happy?

Tracy invites women to explore this question, offering guidance and support around issues such as:

- The power of femininity: what it means to be feminine.
- Embracing both the masculine and feminine within yourself.
- Creating personal and professional balance.
- Why women’s empowerment matters.
- “Superwoman Complex,” aka overfunctioning.
- Steps to wholeness, creating an experience of peace and healthy well-being.
- Creating reasonable boundaries.
- Saying no to expectations.
- Creating strategies to reduce stress.
- Making a plan to achieve empowerment, happiness, and wholeness.

“{This} book offers a qualitative study of women’s feelings about life choices and empowerment{.} {It} provides a valuable perspective on the realities of contemporary women’s lives and a framework for understanding them in a theoretical context, as well as strategies for maximizing one’s own authority and satisfaction{.} A worthy blend of psychology, ethnography, and feminist theory that investigates the factors shaping women’s perceptions of their lives.”

– Kirkus Reviews

"Tracy Cooper has given us an insightful exploration of what it means to be an empowered woman and a happy woman — at the same time. Are women supposed to fit into a masculine model in order to be successful, and is 'having it all' (relationship, motherhood, and work) equivalent to happiness? Here, in this well-thought-out book, we look at how authenticity for women leads to happiness, and to our own unique kind of internal and external fulfillment."

– Penney Peirce, author of “Leap of Perception, Frequency, and The Intuitive Way”

"‘Inspired to Greatness’ puts forward a compelling call to us women to find an authentic balance between living in the world in a powerful way and finding happiness in our personal lives. It makes clear not only that we need to do this for ourselves but that it's equally important that we do so for the world we live in."

– Dr. Christine Downing, author of “The Goddess”

Sophie Star Child”– This bright, cheerful book shows young children who may be experiencing anxiety and fear that they are not only loved but also important beings who will do great things.

“The Mystery of Women: A Book for Men” (Chapter: “Cosmic Union”) – “Men and women everywhere are ready for change in order to live a better, more balanced, more purposeful life,” writes Tracy. “The only option is to live on purpose!”

“My goal is to support people who aspire to be their best selves, helping them achieve a healthy, balanced approach to their lives and how they approach success,” says Tracy.

The Uloma Foundation


Tracy is also the founder and CEO/Executive Director of the Uloma Foundation, tasked with improving communities through empowering educational programs dedicated to youth, women, and families to increase the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.

“We believe in empowering youth, women, and families by promoting the psychological, emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social well-being of our communities through programs that enhance people’s lives,” says Tracy.

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